Utah in 2005
Quarterback Alex Smith was a Heisman Trophy finalist and the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft. The men's Basketball team, on the shoulders of Consensus All-American and National Player of the Year Andrew Bogut, made the Sweet 16. Bogut was the first pick in the 2005 NBA draft, making Utah the first school in NCAA history to boast a No. 1 pick in the NFL and NBA in the same year.
1) Penn State in the 2000 NFL Draft.
1st overall choice - DE Courtney Brown selected by the Browns.
2nd overall choice - LB LaVar Arrington selected by the Redskins.
2) Nebraska in the 1984 NFL Draft
1st overall choice - WR Irving Fryer selected by the New England Patriots.
2nd overall choice - OT Dean Steinkuhler selected by the Houston Oilers.
3) Michigan State in the 1967 NFL Draft.
1st overall choice - DL Bubba Smith selected by the Colts.
2nd overall choice - RB Clint Jones selected by the Vikings.
2nd pick overall in the 1994 NFL Draft.
He was pick number 36 in the 2001 NFL Draft to the Cincinnati Bengals. He played college at Oregon State.
The University of Utah made history with Andrew Bogut's #1 selection in the 2005 NBA draft. Earlier that year, Utah quarterback Alex Smith was the #1 overall pick in the NFL Draft. Utah became the first school to have athletes drafted #1 overall to both the NFL and the NBA in the same year.
In the 2010 NFL Draft, that is the Washington Redskins.
each year the nfl holds a draft of eligible college players. the draft is configured so that the team with the worst won-lost record gets to pick first in the draft (unless the team has given that pick to another team thru trades,etc)the teams have rounds (8) which they pick the player they want . free agents have two catergories undrafted college players and nfl players whose contract with their team has expired or the team has let go. a signed free agent either pro or college has contract that binds him to that team.
Kentucky, 2010, five first round picks
It's like an extra draft for those people that didn't go to college, or left early, or w/e (like Terrell Pryor). There's a whole different draft process, but every time a team drafts someone, they lost a draft pick come the next year.
The eighth overall pick in 1993.
The year was 2001 when the San Diego Chargers drafted Drew Brees in the second round of the NFL draft.